Physician Lecture Series – Nichole P. McDonald, MD

Lexington Medical Center is pleased to present Nichole P. McDonald, MD from Lexington Women’s Care for her lecture “What to Expect When You Are Not Expecting It: A Woman’s Changing Body”.
 

 

“Lean On Me”

Lexington Medical Center invites you to view our hospital’s new music video, “Lean On Me.” Featuring hundreds of community leaders, law enforcement officers, families and hospital employees, it celebrates all that makes the Midlands special, while highlighting the kindness and generosity of community members with a beautiful arrangement of the famous song “Lean On Me.”

“A community is more than just a place. It’s a group of people who achieve great things with unity and purpose,” said Lexington Medical Center Vice President of Marketing & Communications Mark Shelley, who directed the music video. “At Lexington Medical Center, we celebrate the compassion found in our community every day. We believe we all need someone to lean on.”

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Filmed at River Bluff High School, the video stars Jonathan Wyndham, a Lexington County native who impressed judges on NBC’s The Voice last fall. Midlands residents performing with Wyndham include local singing sensation Cayla Fralick, River Bluff High School senior Bri Benedict, who is the daughter of Lexington Medical Center hospitalist Dr. James Benedict, and the Brookland Baptist Church young adult choir.

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Jonathan Wyndham, a 23-year-old Lexington High School graduate, currently lives in Nashville as a full-time musician. He attended Middle Tennessee State University where he studied commercial song writing, music business and entrepreneurship. He’s been singing since he was 3 years old.

After viewing “Lean On Me,” please share it with your friends and family on social media. Let’s show the world the power of community at Lexington Medical Center.